Hi Taylor,
After dubbing more into it, I found that this seems to be GAE error,
nothing with twitter api.
Sorry for that and Thanks for your help.


On Aug 5, 7:33 am, Taylor Singletary <taylorsinglet...@twitter.com>
> Hi there,
> The library you're trying to use only uses basic authentication which is
> about to completely go away. While there are many reasons your integration
> could not be working, the most likely is that you're being rate limited
> before you even make your first API call. If you use OAuth for
> authentication, you'll have much more fidelity for making API calls as the
> shared IP address won't be the single gating factor any more.
> Can you describe a bit more about what your intentions are and in what way
> your calls are failing?
> Thanks,
> Taylor
> On Wed, Aug 4, 2010 at 1:38 AM, D <hidi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I am using thishttp://python-twitter.googlecode.com/hg/twitter.py
> > file to access Twitter's UserTimeline and ProfileImg from GAE - Google
> > App Engine.
> > My GAE app url ishttp://test.appspot.comand it is accessed using
> > custom domainhttp://www.mydomain.com.
> > I tried both URL's in twitter application registration, but its not
> > allowing me to access UserTimeLine or ProfileImg on my website.
> > Am I doing something wrong? Please Help.

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